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The spread of disease can be prevented by an act as simple as washing your hands. In this way, the transmission of viral, bacterial and parasitic infections to other people is stopped.
Most of the infections, such as colds, flu, food poisoning, hepatitis A, intestinal parasites and many others, are usually transmitted by contaminated hands. Even respiratory infections, which can be transmitted through coughing or sneezing, are actually transmitted more often by hand than air.
In the following video you can see which steps in your hand washing may be missing:
Observe the following experiment that shows the enormous amount of microorganisms that a hand can carry. On the left is the result after a person coughs directly against the sign. On the right, it is the result after an 8 year old child touches his hand against the plate. Each ball is a colony of microbes that grew for a few days. Each such colony has millions of microbes. The larger the diameter of the colony, the greater the number of microorganisms.
You can use these images to show your puppy if he often refuses to wash his hands.
Based on: https://www.mdsaude.com/doencas-infecciosas/lavar-as-maos/
There are always trillions of microbes in your hands on your skin. Obviously, most of them are harmless and are part of your skin's natural microbial flora. However, not all the microbes our hands come into contact with during the day are harmless.
When to wash your hands?
To avoid the transmission of diseases, hands should always be washed in the following situations:
Which is better: regular soap or antibacterial soap?
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